Educated at Giggleswick School, Sarah Fox was a choral scholar at Royal Holloway, University of London, before further study at the Royal College of Music. A former winner of the Kathleen Ferrier Award and the John Christie Award, she is also an Honorary Fellow of Royal Holloway. She is equally at home in many musical genres including opera, folksong and musical theatre.
She regularly performs roles at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Glyndebourne Festival Opera and The Royal Danish Opera, and her concert career encompasses engagements across America as well as tours throughout the UK and Europe. She works with many of the world’s leading orchestras and has appeared several times at the BBC Proms, the Edinburgh Festival and the Three Choirs Festival, and is a regular guest at London’s Wigmore Hall. Sarah also performs frequently with John Wilson and his orchestra.
Andrew Dewar’s musical career started at an early age; he began playing organ at his local church in Yeovil, Somerset, at the age of nine. With a scholarship to Wells Cathedral School in 1996 he studied organ with Rupert Gough, David Sanger, David Briggs (improvisation) and harpsichord with David Ponsford. From 1999–2000 he was Organ Scholar at Wells Cathedral, before moving to Germany where he studied at the Musikhochschule in Stuttgart with Ludger Lohmann. Andrew has been Organist of the American Cathedral in Paris since 2010 and is also Professor of Organ at the Royal College of Music, London.
Andrew has won a host of prizes at international organ competitions, including St Albans, and has an extensive concert diary which has taken him on tours to Russia and North America, alongside frequent engagements throughout Europe. In addition to his solo recital work, he regularly takes masterclasses and sits on adjudication panels.
Liam Condon currently holds the position of Organ Scholar at Lichfield Cathedral. He previously held the organ scholarship, under the guidance of Rupert Gough, at Royal Holloway, University of London, where he graduated with a degree in music and worked closely with the renowned Chapel Choir. The organ scholarship saw Liam tour with the choir to various countries in Europe as well as North America, whilst also having the opportunity to perform live
on BBC Radio 3 and 4. Alongside his degree studies, Liam was the Director of Music of St Michael and St Mary Magdalene Church, Bracknell.